Sample HR Interview Questions From Experienced Candidate

Sample HR  Interview Questions From Experienced Candidate

Don’t just read these questions–practice and rehearse the answers. Don’t let the company interview be the first time you have actually formulated an answer in spoken words. It is not enough to think about them in your head–practice! Sit down with a friend, a significant other, or your roommate (an especially effective critic, given the amount of preparation to date) and go through all of the questions. Make the most of every single interview opportunity by being fully prepared!

Here are some of the standard questions that you can expect in the Interview!!!

Tell me about yourself.
This is the first question, you can expect during any interview you face. This usually is a question to start the communication and set the ball rolling for the interview. You can answer this question by providing some information about your work experience, technologies you have worked upon, educational qualifications. If you are a fresh graduate, you can provide some information about your family also.

The trick is to put the full stop at the right place to provoke the next question you want. For e.g. “Recently I developed a website using Drupal. It was quite an interesting but challenging job which I enjoyed.”

What do you want to do with your life?

Do you have any actual work experience?

How would you describe your ideal job?

Why did you choose this career?

When did you decide on this career?

What goals do you have in your career?

How do you plan to achieve these goals?

If you have never lead in the past, how would you do it in this role?

If you know how to do the work and you have the right attitude, you can lead. Many times you will find yourself leading unofficially in the current role – it is more important to have the leadership traits. So, you can say that, I know the job well and I have the qualities which need me to lead here. So, I think I am ready to move on to a more challenging and responsible positions like this.

If you face a problem with your own performance, what would you do?

The purpose here is to see if you are able to identify the problems with your own performance and take corrective measures. To answer this question, you can say something like, “If I face a problem with my own performance, I will try to estimate how big is the problem, what is causing the problem and then take action on each of the listed things.”

How do you evaluate success?

Describe a situation in which you were successful.

What do you think it takes to be successful in this career?

What accomplishments have given you the most satisfaction in your life?

If you had to live your life over again, what would you change?

Would your rather work with information or with people?

Are you a team player?

What motivates you?

Why should I hire you?

Are you a goal-oriented person?

Tell me about some of your recent goals and what you did to achieve them.

What are your short-term goals?

What is your long-range objective?

What do you see yourself doing five years from now?

Where do you want to be ten years from now?

Do you handle conflict well?

What major problem have you had to deal with recently?

Do you handle pressure well?

What is your greatest strength?

What is your greatest weakness?

If I were to ask one of your professors to describe you, what would he or she say?

Why did you choose to attend your college?

What changes would you make at your college?

How has your education prepared you for your career?

What were your favorite classes? Why?

Do you enjoy doing independent research?

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